Maude V. Weibe, 91, custodian for city dairy

September 12, 2004

Maude V. Weibe, a retired custodian who had worked at a Baltimore dairy, died of heart failure Thursday at a hospital in Clyde, N.C. The former Mount Washington resident was 91.

She was born Maude Viola Shade in Baltimore and was raised in Mount Washington. She attended city public schools until leaving to help support her family.

Mrs. Weibe worked for 30 years at the Koontz Dairy, where she was a custodian at the company's Reisterstown Road corporate headquarters. She retired in 1974.

She was an avid gardener.

Mrs. Weibe had moved to Eustis, Fla., in 1986, and earlier this year had lived in Clyde.

She was married in the early 1930s to John W. Weibe, who died in 1968.

Services are private.

Mrs. Weibe is survived by a grandson, Richard Shock of Florida; two granddaughters, Phyllis Otto of Waynesville, N.C., and Judy McGee of Umatilla, Fla.; and eight great-grandchildren. An infant son, John W. Weibe Jr., died in 1933; and her daughter, Mable Louise Shock, died in 1994.

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